2.
. Assessment is part of our life
. We assess and are assessed all the time
. Assessment in schools (test based)
. Giving and receiving feedback (formative
feedback)
3.
How can feedback be used as an effective
assessment tool for teachers and students?
I expect that the teacher will consider feedback more
effective than tests for assessing pupils’ learning progress
(H1) and on their hand, pupils will consider feedback an
efficient tool for developing their learning(H2).
How can technology facilitate teacher’s work in
giving feedback?
I expect that the use of technology will save time and
efforts from the teacher, giving her opportunity to
effectively think over the feedback given to the pupils (H3).
4.
Edmodo Daily Diaries (students)
Pre and post interview, self-report of practice
(teacher)
Teacher’s feedback to students
Class Observation
5.
Research question
Hypothesis
Data
Analysis
How can feedback be used as an
effective assessment tool for
teachers and students?
I expect that the teacher will
consider feedback more effective
than tests for assessing the
pupils´ progress in learning (H1)
and on their hand pupils will
consider feedback an efficient
tool for developing their learning
(H2).
Pupil’s diaries
Teacher’s feedbacks
Teacher’s pre and post interview
Observation
From pupil’s diaries I will see if
they have considered they
improved their learning.
From teacher’s feedback I will
see if the teacher consider they
have improved their learning.
I will also check if there is
correlation between teacher’s
and student’s view of the given
feedbacks.
From teacher’s interview I will
see if she could assess pupils
based on the feedback given.
By observing I would be able to
reflect and compare on student’s
diaries and what has happened in
the classroom
How can technology facilitate
teacher’s work in giving
feedback?
I expect that the use of
technology will save time and
efforts from the teacher, giving
her opportunity to effective think
over the feedback given to the
pupils (H3).
Feedback scrip
Teacher’s post interview
From the interview with the
teacher I will be able to see if the
technological tool (Edmodo)
helped her save time and efforts
in giving the feedbacks.
6.
September
Readings on theoretical
background
October
Develop theory
Defining analysis method
November
Start analyzing/writing
December
--January, February, March
Analyze/write
April
Revise
May
Deliver
7.
• How to analyze data
• Extend theoretical
background
8.
The topic is of general interest and
application in school contexts
the data collection was in Norssi, North of
Finland, in a population of 11 students and 1
teacher; the result will be nationally and
regionally significant
Broader research is necessary in order to have
more significant results
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